GCL-Poly Energy Holdings Limited
capacity of GCL Solar, a subsidiary of the Group, is expected to reach 18,000 metric
tonnes of polysilicon by the end of 2009, and 1 GW of solar wafers by mid 2010. In
addition, the Group operates a total of 18 cogeneration power plants, 1 incineration
power plant and 1 windpower plant. Most of these plants are located in Jiangsu and
Zhejiang provinces with strong economic growth and robust demand for electricity and
steam. All these plants are advocated and encouraged by Chinese government.
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Linc Energy Ltd (ASX:LNC) (OTCQX:LNCGY) is pleased to announce that key commercial terms have been agreed with GCL Projects Limited ("GCL"), a subsidiary of Golden Concord Holdings Limited ("GCL-Poly") to form a joint venture to commercialise UCG (Underground Coal Gasification) to GTL (Gas to Liquids) in the People's Republic of China with the first multi-gasifier project to commence construction within 6 months of completion of the suite of formal binding legal agreements.
Asian Activities Report for February 7, 2012 includes: GCL-Poly Energy Holdings Limited (HKG:3800), a leading polysilicon and wafer supplier as well as a top green energy enterprise in China, has formed a 50:50 joint venture named Sunora Energy Solutions 1 LLC ("Sunora"), with NRG Solar, one of the largest photovoltaic ("PV") project developers in the United States; Hutchison Whampoa Limited (HKG:0013) says that its subsidiary Hutchison 3G Austria ("3 Austria") has signed a binding agreement to acquire 100% of Orange Austria to become a top 3 player in the Austrian market; Furukawa Electric (TYO:5801) has completed the acquisition of SuperPower Inc., a US-based manufacturer of second generation high temperature superconductivity wire; Tokyo Electron Limited (TYO:8035) plans to set up a wholly owned subsidiary in Singapore, called Tokyo Electron Singapore PTE Ltd., on April 1, 2012.
GCL-Poly Energy Holdings Limited ("GCL-Poly" or the "Company", HKG:3800) is pleased to announce that the polysilicon production volume has reached 1,993 MT for the third quarter of 2009, an increase of 253% from 565 MT compared with the same period last year and a rise of 68.9% from 1,180 MT compared with the second quarter 2009; the polysilicon production volume for the first three quarters of 2009 is 4,266 MT, an increase of 248% from 1,226 MT compared with the same period last year.
GCL Solar Energy Technology Holdings Inc. ("GCL Solar"), a subsidiary of GCL-Poly Energy Holdings Limited (HKG:3800), today announced that it has extended its long-term polysilicon and wafer supply agreement with Trina Solar Limited (NYSE:TSL).
Mr. ZHU Gong Shan, Executive Director, Chairman and CEO of GCL-Poly Energy Holdings Limited (HKG:3800), wishes to clarify that his recent transfer of 58,125,000 of GCL-Poly's shares on 24 September 2009 was pursuant to an option exercised by MS China 3 Limited (a wholly owned subsidiary of Morgan Stanley) to receive shares instead of cash consideration under a Supplemental Agreement entered on the 10th of July 2007 as disclosed in the IPO Prospectus of GCL Poly dated 31st October 2007.